York’s Communications & Public Affairs team has been recognized by the Council for Advancement for Support of Education (CASE) with six global Circle of Excellence Awards for advancing the University’s strategic goals through inspiring, innovative and creative marketing and communications strategies.
In an invited commentary to the journal International Journal of Health Services, Professor Dennis Raphael of York University together with Ontario Tech University Associate Professor Toba Bryant outlined seven emerging themes in social determinants of health theory and research.
This year, the Law and Society Association (LSA) honored 21 scholars, including York University Professor Annie Bunting, as part of its 2022 Annual Awards.
The Conference of Undergraduate Health Research was held virtually for 10 hours over two days in May and featured 80 different research papers submitted by students from 14 countries.
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By Jenny Pitt-Clark John Van Burek, renowned theatre producer and translator with some 50 works to his credit, received an honorary degree from York University during Convocation ceremonies for the Glendon Campus that took place June 18. Van Burek is the founder of Toronto’s Pleiades Theatre and le Théâtre français de Toronto and has taught […]
On June 22, The Economist magazine ranked the MBA program at York University’s Schulich School of Business number one in Canada and 40th in the world in the magazine’s annual survey of the world’s top 100 MBA programs.
For her international engagement with sustainable development, York’s Executive Coordinator to the UNESCO Chair, Katrin Kohl, has been awarded a fellowship by The Royal Society of Arts in London.
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York University students, staff, faculty and alumni are invited to share their artistic expressions of positive change, for a chance to have their artwork featured in a community art project at Markham Campus.